Prince ‎– Controversy

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Warner Bros. Records ‎– BSK 3601
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A1 Controversy
Backing Vocals – Lisa*
7:14
A2 Sexuality 4:20
A3 Do Me, Baby 7:47
B1 Private Joy 4:25
B2 Ronnie, Talk To Russia
Backing Vocals – Lisa*
1:48
B3 Let's Work 3:57
B4 Annie Christian 4:21
B5 Jack U Off
Backing Vocals, Keyboards – Lisa*Keyboards – Fink*
3:12

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Purple sticker on shrink:
Contains the Hit Single
"Controversy"
plus Limited Edition
Color Poster
BSK 3601

Matrix/Runout:
"SLM" is stamped all other signs, letters and digits are etched

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7599-23601-1
  • Rights Society: ASCAP
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, variant 1): BSK-1-3601-(RE-1)-S1 B-16192-RE 1-S1 0-15M3-2 SP + SLM + △
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, variant 1): BSK-23601-S2 + SP SLM + △952-X 0-15M1-3
  • Matrix / Runout (Side A, variant 2): BSK-1-3601-(RE-1)-S1 B-16192-RE-1-SI + SLM + + + + + + △952
  • Matrix / Runout (Side B, variant 2): BSK-2-3601-S1 + SLM + + + + + + △952-X +

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Cat# Artist Title (Format) Label Cat# Country Year
BSK 3601 Prince Controversy(LP, Album) Warner Bros. Records BSK 3601 US 1981 Sell This Version
256 950, 3601-2 Prince Controversy(CD, Album, RE) Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records 256 950, 3601-2 Germany Unknown Sell This Version
7599-23601-2, 256 950, 3601-2 Prince Controversy(CD, Album, RP) Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records 7599-23601-2, 256 950, 3601-2 UK & Europe Unknown Sell This Version
7599-23601-2 Prince Controversy(CD, Album, RE, RP) Warner Bros. Records 7599-23601-2 UK & Europe Unknown Sell This Version
3601-2, CD 3601 Prince Controversy(CD, Album, RE) Warner Bros. Records, Warner Bros. Records 3601-2, CD 3601 Canada Unknown Sell This Version

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isaacmusicman

isaacmusicman

January 11, 2015
Before I decided to clean up my act, I wore this album out! Like "Dirty Mind", I had to sneak it into the house (I was only 10). The title track saved me for years from getting caught with it, it was the cleanest song on the album, it also was the funkiest. You P fans know about the rest, it was pure sexuality at work, something P would revisit over, and over again! A PRINCE CLASSIC!